Minister Marise Payne
Minister Marise Payne
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Contributions wanted for special edition of Security Challenges Journal.
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New ASIO headquarters, Canley on Wikimedia (cropped)
New ASIO headquarters, Canley on Wikimedia (cropped)
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The Office of National Intelligence could break through departmental competition and set priorities, say Rory Medcalf and Jay Caldwell in the AFR.
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Dr Irving Lachow
Dr Irving Lachow
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Michelle Mosey and Dr Irving Lachow explore the potential benefits and risks of active cyber defence options and recommend steps for all involved.
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Hawk, by Shelly Prevost on Flickr
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Systems thinking can provide an answer, say Roger Bradbury, Chris Barrie and Dmitry Brizhinev.
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Minister Marise Payne
Contributions wanted for special edition of Security Challenges Journal.
New ASIO headquarters, Canley on Wikimedia (cropped)
The Office of National Intelligence could break through departmental competition and set priorities, say Rory Medcalf and Jay Caldwell in the AFR.
Dr Irving Lachow
Michelle Mosey and Dr Irving Lachow explore the potential benefits and risks of active cyber defence options and recommend steps for all involved.
Hawk, by Shelly Prevost on Flickr
Systems thinking can provide an answer, say Roger Bradbury, Chris Barrie and Dmitry Brizhinev.

Policy Engagement

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Policy engagement activities

Policy engagement activities

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Futures Hub

Futures Hub

Identifying emerging trends and anticipating disruptive change is crucial to policy work. Our Futures Hub works with the policy community to explore plausible futures and understand their implications for current thinking.

Cyber security and policy

Cyber security and policy

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